In a nostalgic print that can be seen on the runways, this lightweight, unisex jacket will protect you against the wind. Yung calls it a "a perfect transition piece for fall."
Keep all your possessions safe and within reach with this waterproof handlebar bag. “I prefer this shape to the burrito-style bags because the drawcord allows easy access to snacks and room for a camera," shares Yung. "My boyfriend Donalrey is a photographer and he always has a camera with him—he likes shooting with the Sony RX100 VI because it's super portable but has a zoom lens. I typically just shoot from my phone."
“While the size and shape of these make a statement, the black frame and soft gold lens mean they're a little more low-key,” says Yung. The scratch-resistant lens provides UV protection and repels water, dirt, and debris.
This limited-edition road hat celebrates the third annual Silk Road Mountain Race, a 1700-kilometer race across the mountains of Kyrgyzstan. Yung wears the lightweight, breathable cap as a nod to her friends who participated in the event this year.
Yung’s appreciation for this long sleeve jersey is two-fold: First, it's from a women-founded cycling brand and secondly, it embraces the current bold floral trend. In cooler temperatures, use it as a base layer.
Socks are yet another way for cyclists to showcase their style. This cheeky, wicking pair comes in a range of colors and sizes for both men and women.